Who’s for you?

I was at an amazing personal development seminar recently where the coach asked us: “Who’s for you”? He made us list all the people in our lives that were 100% behind us and what matters to us. Now, this exercise

You feed others

A fellow passenger on the freezing bus journey this morning was wholeheartedly enjoying his breakfast, making sounds of contentment, of real appreciation. I could feel from his energy that he was nourished. All this from a simple bacon butty and a cup of coffee.


Maybe it’s the pace of the kitchen or our constant chase for perfection, but do you struggle with patience, chef? Patience with yourself or with others and their abilities? Chefs often struggle to disengage from their kitchen personas outside of work. More often than not,